Arts and Entertainment

We have designed the electric lighting, power and signal systems for numerous arts and entertainment projects, from 20,000-seat outdoor amphitheaters such as the White River Amphitheater in Muckleshoot, Washington, to intimate performance venues such as the Concert Chamber at the Luther Burbank Center in Santa Rosa, California. Our performance venue lighting design work typically includes comprehensive theatrical and stage lighting with fully integrated lighting control systems, as well as pedestrian plaza, site, parking and landscape lighting.

We have successfully designed several significant museums, such as the Nelson Fine Arts Museum at Arizona State University, the Washington State History Museum and the Bodyworks exhibit at the Los Angeles Science Museum. Other high profile projects include the House of Blues in Santa Clara, the Flint Performing Arts Center in Cupertino, electrical review of the San Francisco Opera House and the Greek Theater in Berkeley.

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Museum and Exhibit Lighting Projects
Performing Arts Projects